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Winter is slowly coming, which means automakers are moving their development and testing programs from Europe to the northernmost parts of the continent to push their new products to their limits in snowy conditions. Audi is already testing the Q6 E-Tron electric crossover in Scandinavia and this is only the second time we’ve seen it in a Sportback version. Think of it as the slightly sportier and sleeker alternative to the regular Q6 E-Tron, although the two share identical components under the skin.

We don’t expect any differences in the front fascia as the two main versions of the Q6 will feature identical designs. The spy prototype you see pictured in the gallery below shows off a little more of its frontal design than previous test cars, particularly the area around the headlights. The camouflage is slowly starting to peel off but there is still plenty of disguise in place to hide the small details.

The split-light design usually associated with Audi’s electric range takes center stage. The grille still hides its shape and size, but we know it will be a closed type because there is no engine that needs air. Out back, expect the RS Q6 E-Tron to look a lot like a standard Audi Q-series crossover, but without any tailpipes and what appear to be slightly sharper taillights. .

As mentioned above, the Q6 E-Tron Sportback will share the basics with the regular Q6 E-Tron. This means that the bones will come from the Premium Platform Electric (PPE) modular architecture, which will also be shared with the all-electric Porsche Macan. A few different outputs depending on the number of electric motors and the software are to be expected, including an RS brand model. We’ve already seen Audi test the performance-focused crossover, and we think it’ll have around 600 horsepower (447 kilowatts), similar to what the most powerful Macan EV will produce.

Earlier this year there were rumors that the Q6 E-Tron family could debut before the end of the year, but that seems unlikely at this point. We expect the regular and Sportback models to arrive next year with a market launch before the end of 2023.

Audi Q6 E-Tron Sportback spy on winter testing season kick-off

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